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Moses Massaquoi

  • PA, MD, MPH, FLCP, FWACP
  • Country Director
  • Clinton Health Access Initiative
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Research interests

Public Health and Clinical Research

Co-authors (447)

  • Kalpana Ramaraju

Publications (58)

Impact of interventions and the incidence of ebola virus disease in Liberia - Implications for future epidemics

  • Kirsch T
  • Moseson H
  • Massaquoi M
Health Policy and Planning (2017)
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Moses Massaquoi june 8 2017

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Plasmodium Parasitemia Associated with Increased Survival in Ebola Virus-Infected Patients

  • Rosenke K
  • Adjemian J
  • Munster V
Clinical Infectious Diseases (2016)
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  • 12

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Reduced evolutionary rate in reemerged Ebola virus transmission chains

  • Blackley D
  • Wiley M
  • Ladner J
Science advances (2016)
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  • 16

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Ebola virus disease in West Africa - The first 9 months of the epidemic and forward projections

  • Aylward B
  • Barboza P
  • Bawo L
New England Journal of Medicine (2014)
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  • 685

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Professional experience

Country Director

Clinton Health Access Initiative

July 2009 - Present

Medical Coordinator

Medicine Sans Frontieres

August 1991 - June 2009(18 years)

Education history

FWACP (Comm.)

West African College of Medicine

November 2016

FLCP

Liberia College of Physicians and Surgeons

September 2013

Certificate

MSF-TB Working Group, Course on Management of MDR-TB, Cape Town, South Africa

November 2008

Certificate

Medical Management Course (MMC) Brussels

November 2004

Certificate

MENTOR RBM Training on Malaria in Complex Situation, Entembe, Uganda

October 2003

Certificate

MSF Course Part II on HAART In collaboration with Uni. of Cape Town, South Africa

November 2002

MPH

King Leopold Institute of Tropical Medicine 155 Nationalstraat, B-2000, ANTWERPEN

September 2001 - August 2002(a year)

Certificate

MSF Course Part I on STD/HIV-AIDS St. George, Geneva, Switzerland

April 1999

Doctor of Medicine

A.M. Dogliotti College of Medicine

March 1985 - December 1989(5 years)

BSc Equivalent (Premedicine)

T.J. Faulkner College of Science & Technology, University of Liberia

March 1982 - December 1984(3 years)

Diploma, Physician Assistant

Tubman National Institute of Medical Arts (TNIMA)

August 1978 - February 1981(3 years)